ELEC 471, Spring 2002
Prof. Rich Kozick
Date Assigned: Tuesday, March 26, 2002
Date Due: Tuesday, April 2, 2002
Please finish reading Chapter 2, and
begin reading Chapter 3 for class on April 9.
- Exam 2 will be on Thursday, April 4, and it
will cover Chapter 2 of the text.
Note that the syllabus
listed the date for Exam 2 as April 2.
- Please solve the following problems in the text for
Tuesday, April 2:
Section 2.6: 1 and 2
Note: In Problem 2.8.9, the definition of
q is opposite to the definition of
q in Problem 2.6.5.
Please replace the last sentence in Problem 2.8.9 with the following:
Section 2.7: 2, 7 (state answer for all possible values of k),
and 8 (you should be able to do parts (a) and (b), and give your
best effort on part (c))
Section 2.8: 1, 5 (show the computations for part (a)),
7, 9 (hint: find Var[X] and use problem 2.8.7),
extra credit if you solve 10
Section 2.9: Read the text, and solve problem 2.9.6
"How small must the error probability
q be to ensure that the jitter is less than 2 milliseconds?"
The following students are asked to present their
solution on April 2 to the indicated problem.
Each pair of students will present their solution together.
Tania Holovach and Jason Klechka
Jon Koifman and Ryan McKenna
Chris Owens and Mike Roberg
I will be away from campus attending a conference from April 1-5, so
please see me this week if you have questions.
On April 2, the solutions to this homework assignment will be
reviewed, and some additional problems will be solved for practice.